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briefed us that the chinese military were to begin extensive military maneuvers in the taiwan strait. this morning we were stunned to learn that they had fired two missiles that landed just 10 miles off the coast of taiwan. the taiwanese had a presidential election underway, and the chinese were using a not too subtle way of explaining to them what they wanted the outcome of that election to be. thises was an unacceptable form of military coercion and both the general and i agreed that a strong response was needed by the united states, something more than a diplomatic letter of protest. after some discussion we agreed to send two carrier battle groups to taiwan. within an hour the president had approved our recommendation and before the day was over, though carrier battle groups were underway steaming to taiwan. at a press conference the next day, i was asked would i not fear this would lead to military clash with china. i said, i was not concerned of that. and when asked why, i said, i think, well, because we have the best damn navy in the world. this was not an extravagant or hyper
. >> exactly. it has really freaked out the japanese. not only the chinese claiming the islands but taiwan claims them as well. >> china effectively shut down japanese factories in china and every one of the companies are economically dependent on china. what leverage do countries have over china ultimately? >> not much. japan is very dependent on exports as well as taiwan and taiwan has helped build up the chinese economy. they have fangries and businesses in china -- factories and business in china. >> i think naturally some of the leading industrialists in chinese are taiwanese. >> many in taiwan are very proud of the chinese roots can they're proud of china's military modernization efforts. it has a you know, a negative side to it of course. china is aiming about 1300 short range ballistic missiles at taiwan. and despite better relations over the past four years. >> it's a -- it's a tense piece. let me ask you about washington's refocus on asia, how is that being received in the region by the countries? >> the chinese are obviously unhappy about this sort of talk. the koreans you don't
for you next hour. here is a check on markets. >>> japan and taiwan are a step closer to resuming talks on fishing rights. the waters in question are near the senkaku islands in the east china sea. sources say the two sides agreed to hold talks in tokyo on friday. officials have been meeting in an effort to get the fishing negotiations moving. they hope talks will help mend ties strained over the islands. japan controls the senkaku islands. taiwan and china also claim them. delegates taking part in the meeting are unlikely to touch on the territorial route. they're inspected instead to discuss rules for areas where japan's exclusive economic zone and taiwan's fishing area overlap. talks on fishing rights began in 1996. they have been suspended since 2009 after the two sides failed to narrow their differences. the japanese government bought the senkaku island from a private owner in september. taiwanese parole ships and fishing boats entered japan's territory waters near the islands to protest the purchase. china has been calling on taiwan to join hands to counter japan on this issue. an
in the east china sea is trying to diffuse a dispute over fishing rights. he is visiting taiwan to talk about access to waters off the senkaku islands. he administers the territory. taiwan and china claim the islands. he visited the town of seoul. they have been sister cities for 17 years. he met with the suao mayor and representatives of the fishing cooperative. >> translator: there are various disputes over the senkaku islands between japan and taiwan. i believe our two communities can resolve the issues one by one. >> he said he hopes to resolve the dispute. fishing boats from su eered japanese waters off the islands in september. they're protesting japan's decision to national lies the islands. official from japan and taiwan began talks on fishing in the area 16 years ago. the talks have been suspended for more than three and a half years. people in northern japan are dealing with stormy weather, strong gusts are causing disruptions there. maya shoji explains. >> northern japan and the western flank of japan are dealing with rough weather. they're being hammer the with strong gusts and lo
plans to choose the winner in september next year. >>> thousands of people turned out in taipei, taiwan on sunday to show their enthusiasm for yoga exercises. a company that offers yoga courses in taiwan and hong kong organized the event. it attracted about 7,400 participants. they unfurled their mats in front of taiwan's presidential office. >> translator: i find yoga really relaxing. it helps to keep my flexible. >> it's a sure sign that yoga is gaining popularity among taiw taiwanese people. >> time to check the weather conditions around the world. she'll tell us about people in northern japan dealing with wet weather today. >> right, strong gusts, hail and some thunderstorms are in store in northern japan. we have a couple of systems that are going to be impacting the region throughout the day. waves had high in the western seaboards, about 4 to 5 meters. dangerous waves and severe conditions, so really do be aware of the sudden weather and changes. across much of the southern half of this country including tokyo, we're looking at sunny weather across the region. tokyo will see 22 f
side, arms sales in taiwan, when i was living in beijing, [speaking chinese], we also have politics in china that you in america don't understand. let's recognize those cycles, opening for reform, and i believe, lies ahead. legal reform efforts in china will be central to any future reform agenda broadly speaking. we're ending in a sense -- we have the rise of a new generation of the first chinese leader who wasn't anointed, so to speak, and closing out the generation that is responsible for some important events at least in my lifetime, broad openings in china, diplomatic openings that only those who want to recognize china will abide by the one china policy. the opening of the economic doors which have taken china from a relatively small economy to the second-largest in the world today comment and primacy of the party with its eighty million members and three thousand nine hundred outposts around the country which still lives on today. and then paying rising to power, the party mantle and soon the military and the presidency and before him will be new questions, much different fro
-called hot spots may bring the two powers to war, one, korea peninsula, and the other, taiwan strait. but there are two new flashing points now. one is china sea, east sea, and, two, south china sea. >> reporter: the professor says chinese leaders will act more aggressively as their confidence grows. chinese officials will select a new leadership after the u.s. presidential vote. zhao says it will be important for the new leaders of both countries to work on creating mechanisms to avoid military confrontation. >> korea peninsula, taiwan strait, i always they that the current, relatively stable circumstances is a result of co-management of beijing and washington. the dispute in east sea or in south china sea may still need the -- some kind of cooperation or even co-management between washington and beijing. >> reporter: more than ever china poses economic and diplomatic challenges to the u.s. the key to establish peace and stability in the asia-pacific lies in the hands of the next u.s. president. in a short while, we will know who will be in this position. susumu kojima, nhk world, w
years. taiwan's jones. taiwan jones from deer valley high school is going to get a lot of carriage for the raiders. if you like local folks? keeping your ears and eyes open after only plane once in 23 days, the 49ers, the 12. favorite in candlestick. the rams, lost 45-7. the have lost three in a row and jim harbaugh >> the teams have played very good football. i think that there is improvement. it seems like they are doing a very good job. >> when we come back there are no 49ers. tonight's e- mails segment is full of personal matters of the shel feliciano is here and pam if and a lease to ou police si n if jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks. hmm! yeah...um...the thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face... do not eat my... you ate his face?! >> and it is funny how all of the haters of and alex smith are hating. >> if he has a bad game against the
in chinese thought and the classics. i went to taiwan in the years before it was possible for americans to go to the main land to study, i studied classical chinese and so the great writers, philosophers and thinkers at the time and then i ended up writing my dissertation about mao tse-tung, so very i'm much in the contemporary era. so i've kind of done a lot of things in taiwan to shanghai where i taught at east china normal university and later in hong kong, where i'm going again as a full writer. >> okay that's good. how long did it take you to get through grad school? >> that's right, i did it - it's a lot to absorb but i was - actually it was nixon's visit in 1972/73 that opened up in a sense china to the u.s. they saw it as opening china outward to the broader world and it intrigued me and i said this is going to be big and we need more people to know what's going on between our two societies. >> absolutely and as we are - you were here in the first part of the class and of course where we are in beliefs and believers is we're coming to the end of looking at what we call here and we've
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lycine hydrochloride. not a provne carcinogen. first up drug health. a new study in taiwan could lead to a new way to battle influenza. taiwanese found that meth may have have flu fighting properties. no surprise after all it's feed a fever, starve a cold. lose all your teeth to flu. this was made when meth would increase user's risk for getting sick with the flu. but in a surprising result when they exposed cells to meth it reduced virus propagation, and the susceptibility to influenza infection. that's right. meth will fight off your flu. which is only fair which is meth is the reason you were sleeping naked outside in the first place. the point is that other than brain damage, heart disease and psychosis, and destroying or own life and others meth is good for you. now, while meth is great for the flu you can't pop into a cvs to get it. it's a little inconvenient to drive to kentucky to drive for a consultation in kentucky with dr. banjos. >> each vax lab kit comes with everything you need. you can make it in your own home. it comes with sudafed. red phosphorous. lye, duct tape, a g
will be coming back to the okinawa islands as well as taiwan. but rain in southwestern china will spread towards the east. going to be seeing the heaviest rain today. temperatures will be quite warmer than yesterday in beijing. 11 degrees expected. tokyo slightly cooler than seasonal with high of 17 degrees. rain will be clearing up by this evening. all right. moving into the americas then. a low pressure system is moving into british columbia once again. that's going to produce coastal rain and heavy mountain snow. expected to see as much as 30 centimeters of snowfall in the next 24 hours. even vancouver and seattle will turn wet from tomorrow. and then we have another system moving along the u.s./canada border spreading rain in the north dakota and south dakota. and snow showers in central canada. the system will continue to head towards the east and affect the western great lakes region on tuesday. we have a high pressure system over the great lakes region at this moment. this is a very troublesome system because it's dragging in colder air from the north. so temperatures are quite chilly for
. japan recently nationalized the senkaku islands in the east china sea. china and taiwan also claim them. >>> a new form of transportation in bangladesh is overtaking traditional pedal-powered rickshaws in popularity. modern versions have a rechargeable battery. they're so in demand the country is struggling to keep up. nhk world's yuko funazaki has more. >> reporter: rajshahi is a city in northwest bangladesh. ordinary people rely on manpowered rickshaw taxis to get around. rickshaws carry only about two adults. they travel at the speed of a bicycle. recently a new type of vehicle is in the fast lane. it's the ultra rickshaw. the high-tech vehicle runs on electric instead of gasoline. on the streets, they're becoming more and more common. it's electric, so there's no gas emission, it's quiet, relatively stable and smooth, it's quite comfortable. the vehicle runs at a maximum speed of about 50 kilometers per hour. it can carry more passengers than man-powered rickshaws. and it can travel more than 130 kilometers on a fully charged battery. the battery is the main reason for the surge in
route. the u.s. navy will extend support to taiwan and other neighboring countries, a move with other motives. >> it's also about economic interests and ultimately securing jobs for both countries. >> pressing issues for the u.s., which continues to lose a major employers to china, cheap labor and an undervalued currency are fuelling chinese exports. that's why the u.s. wants to see an end of the artificially low value of the yuan. >> china deliberately keep the value alone. the noticed -- they say their companies are not yet fit to hold up against the world market. it has valued at 20% alone. they want to get there a bit by bit. >> too far for u.s. which feels the pressure of a crushing debt with china as its main creditor. the chinese central bank holds u.s. bonds worth more than $1 trillion in. that puts beijing in an unprecedented position of power which cannot use. if they sold these bonds, it would put washington under pressure. it would also harm chinese interests. it would see the value of its own investments tumbled. the fact that the western world 's #one superpower should f
against tampa bay. he will be out for sunday's game. taiwan jones will be the man splitting duties. >> all right. m
in and nationalized the islands and china and taiwan claimed the territory and they have straightened relations. >>> a former japanese prime minister says he won't be running in the lower house election. he says he can't support some of the party ideas. the democratic party leadership plans to endorse candidates only if they accept certain policies. >> i feel a strong affection for the democratic party. i let the liberal democratic party to create the dpj. so this is a matter of great personal importance to me. >> he is opposed to japan joining the talks on the transpacific partnership free trade agreement. in june he voted against a government plan to raise the consumption tax. the party responded by suspending his membership for three months. he became prime minister in 2009 after leading the democratic party to victory in the lower house election. he could not keep his promise to relocate the u.s. marine corps air station outside japan or at least outside okinawa prefecture, so he resigned in 2010. his government eventually agreed with the u.s. to move the facility to nago okinawa and that w
thing he needs to solve is the problem of taiwan and the disputed islands. >> i like him. he is good for the country is the short translation. and life goes on. thank you. to them, and 1.4 billion like them, the new leader had this message. >> under the new conditions, our party faces many severe challenges and there are also many pressing problems within the party that need to be resolved, particularly corruption, been divorced from the people, going through formalities of bureaucracy. >> the party knows that corruption could strangle innovation and ultimately harmful economic growth. it knows that essentially growth will have to come from more consumption and a richer middle- class. it knows behind the apathy, there is discontent. >> in the past year, chinese using the french revolution. people are worried that china will have a revolution, but we don't want that. for this new leadership, i have just one choice, reform. otherwise they enchant will be in big trouble -- otherwise they and china will be in big trouble. >> what should concentrate on politics? >> politics, and economics
, and the other, taiwan strait. but there are two other points now, one east china sea, east sea and two, south china sea. >> the professor says chinese leaders will act more aggressively as their confidence grows. chinese officials will select a new leadership after the u.s. presidential vote. zhao says it will be important for new leaders of both countries to work on creating mechanisms to avoid military confrontation. >> i always say that the current, relatively stable circumstances is a result of co-management of beijing and washington. the dispute is east sea or in south china sea may still need the -- some kind of cooperation or even co-management between ey to establish peace and stability in the asia pacific lies in thands of the next u.s. president. in a short while, we will know who will be in this position. susumu kojima, nhk world, washington. >>> china has also been the focus for the japanese auto industry of late. sales are dropping. gong gi canning is here with more. >> we already heard from honda, mazda and toyota about how the dispute is affecting their sales. this time we're h
-licene-chlorofluoride. not a proven carcinogen. first up, drug health. a new study out of taiwan could lead to a breakthrough in battling ipfluenza. taiwanese scientists found of found meth may have flu-fighting properties. it's feed a fever, starve a cold. this discovery was made when scientists were trying to determine if meth would increase users' risk for getting sick with the flu. but in a surprising result, when they expose cells to meth, it reduce virus propagation and susceptibility to influenza infection. that's right. meth will fight off your flu. meth is the reason you were sleeping outside naked in the first place. the point is, the point is, folks, science has determined that other than brain damage, heart disease, severe weight loss, psychosis and destroying your own listen and otheres, meth is good for you. now, while meth is great for the flu, you can't just pop into a cvs to get it. and it's a little invideotape to drive to kentucky for a consultation with dr. ban joes. that's why prescott pharmaceuticals is proud to bring you vacsa-lab. lets you make high-grade flu medicine in your home. ea
resistance, however, it dropped about 0.2%. the s&p asx down 0.3%. htc in taiwan was a major outperformer. at 241 new taiwan dollars. and this is because it announced a global patent settlement and a ten year licensing contract with apple. this is significant because this is the first company the taiwanese company that apple filed suit against. and while it's a good sign in the smartphone patent wars, we know that there's much more at stake between apple and samsung. so analysts say don't hold your breath too much. these wars are far from over. >> i think you're right. dee, thanks for that. just over an hour and a quarter into trading. weighted to the down side, a little bit more than 6:4 at the moment. last week losses 1.68% for the foot city, cac well over 2%. ftse up 7, ex-have a dax down 11. ibex down three quarterses of a percent, as well. there are a couple of stocks worth looking at this morning. here we go. bank popular up 5.25%, sas up 2.6%. averting the need for the bank to seek aid. growth in sales in oblgt. advertising demand bouncing back. as far as bond markets are concerned
shares ended flat. taiwan finished marginally in the green. the aussie market snapped a four-day losing streak with banks and utilities lending support. ross, back to you. >>> i'll pick it up, sixuan. good to see you this morning. i will be back to you in a little bit. the global art market is alive and kicking. this painting just sold for $75.1 million. it's now the second highest price ever for the artist. earlier in the same auction, a work by american artist jackson pollack sold above estimates. we want to know, is art a good place to put your money right now or are investors just looking for safe havens? you can tweet us. that one would look pretty good in your house, wouldn't it? >> yeah. i have to find the right wall. clear a space out. we'll see how we go. >>> could it get worse before it gets better? that's the message from cisco's tech executive. earnings did come in better than expected. we'll talk about it when we come back. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male ann
. henderson was asked to find out. dr. henderson: there was a friend of mine working in taiwan at the time who published an elegant study showing that hepatitis b virus looked like a common explanation in taiwan for liver cancer. so we did studies with them, collected blood from about 10,000 people, tested the blood back here in the united states, and followed them and demonstrated that the same virus was causing liver cancer in china. and from that evolved a series of national vaccination programs. it's just such breakthroughs that have intensified data collection efforts around the world. dr. bernstein: we collect information on the type of tumor and all of the characteristics of the cancer, the stage, the cell type, the extent of disease, laterality, anything we can get about that. we also collect information about the individual who is diagnosed with cancer-- their gender, male or female, their race or ethnic background, their age, where they were born, if we can get that information, what their last occupation was. we're able then to look at patterns of cancer in the population over time.
kills brain cells and weakens the heart may have the power to fight the flu. new research from taiwan's suggest that math treated cells had a lower concentration of the virus and a regular cells then with the the -- met and that been treated cells. doctors toward not recommend you take methamphetamines to get over the flu. but researchers to believe, this study could help them find safe compounds of the drug. chrysler is recalling more than 919,000 older model jeep as you pleas = suv's..... - to come ou2003 >> a car engine blows up during a race. we will show you more of this dramatic video. and the popular apple iphone 5 is out sold by its main competitor. >>jacqueline: this non weather cell with rainfall, this mean weather cell producing rainfall. details, coming up that mean weather cell ♪ because we know how much you do to make the holidays just right. from ornaments to ottomans, memories are made with ikea. >> some people are going to be unemployed. other people could be living in an economy that is just not functioning. >> with increasing taxes, grand parking and money- saving
or whatever, taiwan, tibet, they're all over. when it doesn't involve that, you know, you can basically do what you want. you start a business, et cetera. so we want them to allow their people to have more a sort of liberal, normal life, as times goes on, which i -- and the government it's a country becoming more confident with a government that's still sort of nervous antique. it's a dick cheney government with, if not a barack obama, an fdr type nation behind it. here's an illustration. before the olympics, the foreign ministry said, "we're going to have an authorized protest zone so that everybody can say," you know, the beijing olympics, four years ago, "we're going to show the world we can tolerate protest." when people applied to protest, they were all arrested. so there's parts of the government that say, "this would look good, to allow a protest." there's parts that say, "we can't tolerate this. we're going to arrest people." >> did it strike you during the campaign, jim, that neither romney nor obama mentioned human rights in china? >> they didn't, which is part of the -- nobody m
history, modern, but also always interested in chinese thought and the classics. i went to taiwan in the years before it was possible for americans to go to the main land to study, i studied classical chinese and so the great writers, philosophers and thinkers at the time and then i ended up writing my dissertation about mao tse-tung, so very i'm much in the contemporary era. so i've kind of done a lot of things in taiwan to shanghai where i taught at east china normal university and later in hong kong, where i'm going again as a full writer. >> okay that's good. how long did it take you to get through grad school? >> that's right, i did it - it's a lot to absorb but i was - actually it was nixon's visit in 1972/73 that opened up in a sense china to the u.s. they saw it as opening china outward to the broader world and it intrigued me and i said this is going to be big and we need more people to know what's going on between our two societies. >> absolutely and as we are - you were here in the first part of the class and of course where we are in beliefs and believers is we're comi
taiwan, you know? there was a sophisticated strategy that spent a quarter million dollars that recruited suicide bombers or hijackers from all over the world, transported them to the united states, got them flight training, steered them all on to those aircraft at the precisely coordinated times. that was one of the most extraordinarily sophisticated terrorist operations in history. that organization is all but dead in my opinion, and not just my opinion. i think, in fact, it was all but dead when bin laden was killed, but i think the death of bin laden was a capstone on that effort. frankly, it's one of the reasons i called the book "the finish" because the strategy is finished, and this is the finished piece of it, but also because i think this was the finish to that al-qaeda. the problem of terrorism is never going to go away, but unless we fall asleep at the switch, these kind of organizations are -- there's fewer of them today than ten years allege. >> there was an interesting editorial written recently on the politicalization of the osama bin laden mission and criticism in the elec
, not only this one, but the visit to the taiwan president and the way taiwan missile crisis we ended up in the following year successfully got the relationship back on track, set up a series of summits between our presidents. so it all ended well. it does underline the pendulum swing you feel in policy terms and in personal career terms. >> thank you. ambassador hill, also, thank you for joining us. coming from denver despite the logistic difficult created by hurricane sandy. the biggest challenge. >> there was no challenge coming in from denver 68 and sunny. [laughter] it's been like that for the last couple of weeks. i don't know what the fuss is. [laughter] no, let me say what a pleasure it is to back hire and thank you so much for putting this together. as i'm looking out in the audience here, i see a lot of people i worked with during the days, and, you know, as we talk about the sort of onerous and times odious job of assistant secretary, one thing that made it a lot of better, you had extremely talented people to work with, and those are people that made the job easier and in fac
lent support to the hang seng ending at a 15 month high. taiwan markets gained ground, as well, but last week's profit warning for q4. elsewhere the nikkei gained 1.2% to a one week high. sharp tumbled after slashing hair four year outlook. kospi finished higher by over a percent. ship builders and chemical stocks had a strong gained, but steam. back to you. >> and the damage estimate from this week's super storm are rising. the mcis due to the flooding of the subway system and tunnels and loss of business because of power outages across the storm's path. >> new york state will bear a third of the costs, new jersey about 30%, pennsylvania a fifth and other states 16% the total. fuel supplies still a major issue. many gas stations running low. bp says its brooklyn terminal has resumed operations, but in a a third of its area gas stations remain closed. colonial pipeline says its terminal in linden, new jersey will resume partial dwlifryes. should have limited service today. richard kelly is joining us. welcome. >> good morning. >> let's start quickly with the impact of the storm
sprain. opportunity is knocking for speedy taiwan jones. jones carrying just once this season. >> i've waited for the opportunity it and hasn't worked out. here it is. this is electrifying. just puts his foot in4yjby the ground and goes. he's fun to watch at practice. it's been a long time coming. >> it has not taken luck to leave his park on the pro football hall of fame. and luck had a record setting day sunday. a mark of 433 yards in the victory over miami so andrew number$ycx 12, do you know what, more apparel can be on the way. the colts by the way have got a new look. they've shaved their heads in support of their coach, recovering from leukemia doctors say it's in complete rehe mission there. they've gotten their raiseors out and have shaved their heads. >> stanford has a new starting quarterback. kevin hogan will start saturday against oregon state. hogan injected new energy into this offense. head coach said switching is a move he had to make. >> it wasn't that difficult once againfm we needed more efficiency on the offensive side. he did it when we needed it. it was huge
running back mike goodson. it's up to taiwan jones. yeah, deer valley high out of antioc. he will share the laked with marcel reece and the raiders go up against the ravens. of course the fifth quarter post game show on cbs 5 follows that. enjoy your day. >>> coming up, one more look at today's top stories, including the other woman in the affair that forced the head of the c.i.a. to step down. we'll be right back. a much-needed boost for ski resorts in the sie >>> 7:26. here is a look at this morning's top stories. a much needed boost for ski resorts in the sierra nevada. up to a foot and a half of snow fell yesterday. that made matters difficult for drivers, but skiers and snowboarders are all revved up. san jose police believe a 50- year-old man is now on the run, after he allegedly murdered his wife. her body was found yesterday morning in the entryway to the couple's home on evangeline drive. more information about the resignation of c.i.a. chief david petraeus, cbs news has learned petraeus had an affair with a woman named paula broadwell. she wrote his biography. >>> tomorrow on
unidos y taiwan >>> los detenidos confesaron su participaciÓn en casi medio centenar de homicidios primero para el cartel de los "zetas" y luego para el cartel del golfo, los arrestos se produjeron el 31 de octubre pasado en un operativo que agentes de la policia antisecuestro rescataron una persona donde los inculpados mantenÍan privadas su libertad, otro lado del mundo en sudan estÁ plagado de pobrezas y hambruna, hay un creciente brote de fiebre amarilla, la fiebre amarilla a cobrado la vida de 77 personas en la skwon eszona est sudan ahora necesitan 4 millones de vacunas para combatir este problema de salud. >>> y bueno en las Última horas las temperaturas han dis mucho nitdz considerablemente ya comienza a sentirse el frÍo, vamos a regresar con stefany severin, este fa stefany?. >>> la mÁxima 64 y unos 5 grado por eso debajo de los promz md promedios. promedios.61 en al palo alto, san josÉ 60 >>> y como vemos durante este dÍa, en el transcurso pues tran entre 8 a 17 millas por horas solamente, estos valle de salinas todo lo que es el norte de la bahÍa el sur de ponte
teammates call him the fastest guy on the team. but does taiwan jones have what it takes to carry the team in baltimore on sunday? only time will tell. the third string running back due to injuries will get his first chance on sunday. the first chance to show what he can do. he has just one carry on the season that came last week. he netted only two yards. but he hopes going up against the ravens who rank 28th against them, this will be his opportunity to shine. >> i can't wait. i mean, he's so electric -- electrifying. he puts his foot on the ground and goes. he wiggles out of hits, wiggles out of tackles. can't wait it throw him the ball, get him in the open field. you know, he's so much found watch in practice. like i said, it's been a long time coming. >> it feels good to see that a quarterback has faith in you. i've been patient. at this level you got to be patient. it's unfortunate that the injuries occurred, but you know, it's an opportunity for me. i'm going to try and make the most of it. >> reporter: it won't be easy for jones and the raiders. the ravens have not lost here in bal
two far. >> it's called the three ts, right, it is tibet, taiwan and teenmen that you don't talk about. >> reporter: but she is seeing china change. when high ranking political leader zo xilai recently was brought down by scandal his wife convicted of killing a british businessman millions of others joined her in a freewheeling internet discussion. >> it's a huge crack in the wall for sure because i don't think any political problem has been so played out in public ever before. >> her mother was arrested during the cultural revolution. she once wants her daughter's china to be a more open place, she hopes new leaders picked that the party congress will be agents of change. >> the change in leadership gives people reason to hope. there's an opportunity there. >> possibility of change. >> there's a possibility, right, exactly. >> reporter: if not hung huang will speak out, bill whitaker, cbs news, beijing. >> jeff: just ahead, remembering a young american soldier shot to death by a supposed afghan ally. the pitch! whoa! so why are you doing his? only your doctor can determine if your per
to the end of the year. apple and taiwan have agreed to sign a 10 year licensing agreement that will expand to each patent they hold. >>> all right, pam, time now 5:18 the chp is launching a new crackdown on drivers and how the focus is on drivers who are unking as they drive. >>> -- who are unking as they drive. >> >> and don't forget, you can get your wake-up call and information send straight to your phone. all you have to do is text 70123. Ñ . >>> welcome back, taking you back to italy, the city's high tide mark, they are at its highest and about 70% of venice is under water and in tuscan day any, 200 people have been evacuated. they have triggered land slides, destroyed vineyards and olive groves. >>> they come to a close and the cooler temperatures we are having brings a new concern for local firefighters. they say when the weather gets cool, a number of house fires goes up and that's because a lot of people are lighting space heaters. the new house on sonia i was destroyed after the homeowner lit his fireplace for heat. >> the reality of this situation is how fast a fire can destroy
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